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April 17, 2021, 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM @ Urbandale Public Library at Story Room
Share a story with Miss Jacque! This interactive storytime will give us a chance to see our friends, talk together, and read a few stories. Recommended for ages 2-6, siblings welcome!
This program will be presented via Zoom. Be sure to include an email address when you register. We will email participants a link before the event. Please only register once per household.
April 17, 2021, 10:30 AM - 10:45 AM @ Urbandale Public Library
To register for this event, click the link below. You will be re-directed to the Money Smart Week website.Register: https://www.moneysmartweek.org/2021/budgeting
pandemic has dealt a financial blow to many U.S. individuals and families. Join
this session to learn how to do your best with what you have available. Learn
budgeting tips and tricks to help you plan ahead and meet your monthly
financial obligations. During this presentation, The University of
Wisconsin-Madison, Division of Extension will focus on easy
steps you can take to get control of your money even when it doesn’t seem like
enough. This event is presented by The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of Extension as part of Money Smart Week. About Money Smart WeekThe Urbandale Public Library is pleased to promote Money Smart Week to our community members. Money Smart Week is a national public education program coordinated by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago & delivered by a network of supporters. Virtual Money Smart Week 2021 will be held Saturday, April 10 – Saturday, April 17 . This week-long free virtual campaign aims to help people better manage their personal finances with a focus on those hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.